750 Gb Harddisk!

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i hate the speed at which my hard disk lets me transfer data. :(
 
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Tested my desktop as well. This one has just 512 MB RAM and only 250 MB is being used. But it took 50 secs to come out of hibernation :(

I have not looked at cleaning up or upgrading this PC for more then two years now. Looks like time has come.

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System Information report written at: 05/06/06 17:50:54System Name: *************[System Summary]Item    Value    OS Name    Microsoft Windows XP Professional    Version    5.1.2600 Service Pack 2 Build 2600    OS Manufacturer    Microsoft Corporation    System Name    *************System Manufacturer    VIA Technologies, Inc.    System Model    KM400-8235    System Type    X86-based PC    Processor    x86 Family 6 Model 8 Stepping 1 AuthenticAMD ~1792 Mhz    BIOS Version/Date    Phoenix Technologies, LTD 1006, 9/15/2003    SMBIOS Version    2.2    Windows Directory    C:\WINDOWS    System Directory    C:\WINDOWS\system32    Boot Device    \Device\HarddiskVolume1    Locale    United States    Hardware Abstraction Layer    Version = "5.1.2600.2180 (xpsp_sp2_rtm.040803-2158)"    User Name    *************Time Zone    India Standard Time    Total Physical Memory    512.00 MB    Available Physical Memory    99.62 MB    Total Virtual Memory    2.00 GB    Available Virtual Memory    1.96 GB    Page File Space    787.99 MB    Page File    C:\pagefile.sys    
 
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QUOTE(avinds @ Apr 30 2006, 10:47 PM) [snapback]49812[/snapback]
That wont happen ........
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hey put ur windows on hibernate n it will :D
 
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Seagate is Planning to release 1TB (1 Terabyte = 1000GB) SATA HDD by the end of the year; and 2.5TB (2,500GB) Hard Disks by 2009! Looks good considering HD-DVDs and Blu-ray Disks eat 30-50GByte for each movie.
 
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QUOTE(leomax @ Sep 19 2006, 09:12 PM) [snapback]62708[/snapback]
not to mention holographic storage.
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Holographic storage IMO is corporate targeted not for regular consumers, they will be using 300GByte Holographic Disks as a replacement for Tape Drives. HG Disks look like really old 5.25" Floppies :p
 


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